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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Green House Peru Sacred Valley
The Green House is really special. Kelly welcomed us into her home and cooked delicious dinners each evening, which we enjoyed with the other guests while sharing our travelling tales. Our room was very comfortable overlooking a beautiful garden with a backdrop of mountains, but it was the special touches that made our stay memorable like being able to curl up with a blanket round the fire in the lounge in the evening and going to bed to find it warmed with a hot water bottle.
It was a perfect location to explore and we found it easy to get about by local buses to visit Moray, Salinas and Pisac.
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The Urabamba kept us company as we drove into the upper part of the Sacred Valley. The countryside changed completely, with far more arable land, and trees. In fact there are many eucalyptus, introduced from Australia to use for the railway and now invaluable as they grow in just 3-4 years and can be used for building and to fuel fires. They do …
... upto Machu pichu for sunrise, tour of the incas climbing Mt Machu Pichu. We're met at the station and taken to our accommodation in Aguas Calientes, this village is nestled in the deep valley below Machu Picchu and enclosed by towering walls of stone and cloud forest. It's a bit of a gringo trap, we drank many pisco sours while playing jenga into the night... Awoke at 4am and by torchlight did the steep 8km trail climb upto ...
... with low cloud moving slowly over the mountains all around. As we came through one valley we were greeted with a snow covered peak in the distance glistening beautifully in the sun. It wasn't until we reached Ollantaytambo that the drive became more interesting, although interesting may not be the correct terminology. For some reason, at the square in Ollantaytambo the road came to an end... This meant a single tracked gravel road on which the bus (along with every ...
... Peru is unlike any other trip in that there are 25 of us, with two HWS professors who teach and travel with us on our almost weekly excursions. These past two weeks we have done a lot of traveling together, including a trip to Amantani, an island in Lake Titicaca where we were also able to live with families. While the advantages of living with a host family seem obvious, it also has become a struggle to all of us at one moment or another. ...
... second guide so we continued with just one. First test was a cutting up to another terrace. We all climbed at our own pace all ok. Viewed more Inca ruins on the way. Lunch was amazing thanks to our 16 porters who all trotted past us at one stage to prepare. They are incredible. All very short with ages ranging from 24 to 52.They each carry 25kg which makes us look real soft. Then after lunch just a hard hours climb to our overnight camp spot. Great view. Then we ...